Navy Region Mid-Atlantic installations participate in security exercise

Story by David Todd on 01/25/2017 NORFOLK, Va. Exercise Solid Curtain-Citadel Shield 2017 (SC-CS17) will be conducted on naval installations within the Navy's Mid-Atlantic Region, Jan. 30 through Feb. 10, 2017. SC-CS17 is a two-part, linked Anti-Terrorism Force Protection exercise conducted by Commander, U.S. Fleet Forces Command and Commander, Navy
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Frightfully Good Time: Okinawa Single Marine Program hosts Okinawa Haunted Labyrinth

Story by Cpl Janessa Pon on 10/31/2016 The echo of a slamming door resonates as costume-clad guests peer around dark corners, tentatively inching forward amidst the shrill shrieks and whimpering cries. The Okinawa Single Marine Program hosted the Okinawa Haunted Labyrinth Oct. 21, 22, and 28-30 on Marine Corps Air
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Naval Branch Health Clinic Philadelphia re-opens doors after $6.5 million renovation

PHILADELPHIA, Penn. -- Staff, patients and visitors gathered Aug. 17, 2016 to celebrate the completion of renovations to Naval Branch Health Clinic (NBHC) Philadelphiaone of Naval Health Clinic Annapolis's six branch and satellite clinics and medical units. The NBHC Philadelphia staff of ten military and civilian personnel enhance the nation's
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New Cumberland engineers create classroom

Story by SGT Anshu Pandeya on 06/17/2016 JOINT BASE MCGUIRE-DIX-LAKEHURST, N.J. Army Reserve Soldiers of the 358th Engineer Company are constructing a classroom within a building here today during training exercise Castle Installation Related Construction 2016. The unit, which is based in New Cumberland, Pennsylvania, has a team building two
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Skubic named next commander of Defense Logistics Agency Land and Maritime

Story by Michael Molinaro on 04/05/2016 The Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus and Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John M. Richardson announced that Navy Rear Admiral (Lower Half) Michelle C. Skubic has been selected to serve as the next commander at DLA Land and Maritime. Skubic is currently serving
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Teams go down to the wire in Army Trials sitting volleyball action

By Marlon J. Martin Army Medical Command FORT BLISS, Texas - The fiery, competitive spirit of the athletes competing in this year's sitting volleyball tournament poured onto the hardwood, as spectators and cheering fans remained on edge. While most games remained fairly close in scoring, the Black team pulled away
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